Tintii

Tintii 2.9.0

Add striking color effects to black and white photos

Tintii Photo Filter is a unique app that allows you to "pop" color in black and white photos, making for a really interesting artistic effect. View full description

PROS

  • Instant color effects on any photo
  • No technical or artistic skills required
  • Very easy way of making photos interesting

CONS

  • Sliders are inaccurate

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Tintii Photo Filter is a unique app that allows you to "pop" color in black and white photos, making for a really interesting artistic effect.

Photoshop is a difficult application to master. Even the simplest effects can require certain technical skills that not everyone has. This is why it's great to have tools like Tintii, that let you create a cool effect without going to too much effort - or buying an expensive app.

The Tintii filter removes all color from your original photo. Once the image has been processed by Tintii, you can choose which colors you want to remain visible while leaving the rest of the image in black and white - think of the red coat in that memorable scene in Schindler's list, and you'll get the idea.

Tintii then allows you to isolate different parts of the photo, and tweak the result with sliders that set the color range, saturation and hue values. These options are in the right-hand panel, while more general technical options affecting the whole photo can be found along the bottom of the interface. Advanced users may find it a bit limited, but then again, this program is aimed performing just one job, and it does it very well.

Tintii lets you apply beautiful color effects to your pictures in just a couple of clicks – no technical knowledge required!

Changes

  • This release brings the additional features added for Mac in the recent 2.5.1 release to the other platforms, as well as to the Photoshop plugin
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Tintii 2.9.0

User reviews about Tintii

  • delcynn

    by delcynn

    "Beautiful"

    I thought the program was really cool, I would love to try to makemy own. More.

    reviewed on March 29, 2009